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Friday, December 20, 2013

Saturday To-Do: Smoke Up Johnny, The Canehill Engagment

Posted on Fri, Dec 20, 2013 at 5:00 PM

Smoke Up Johnny plays at White Water Tavern Saturday. - RETT PEEK
  • Rett Peek
  • Smoke Up Johnny plays at White Water Tavern Saturday.

SMOKE UP JOHNNY, THE CANEHILL ENGAGEMENT
10 p.m. White Water Tavern. $10.


Man it just wouldn't feel like the holidays in Little Rock without a booze-soaked, debauched night out with the guys in Smoke Up Johnny. Since 2009 or so, it's been an end-of-year tradition for these dudes to get together and crank up the amps and tear through a set of awesomely trashy rock 'n' roll.

Now that I think about it, I believe they took last year off, but that was probably on account of everyone needed at least two full years to recover before the next one. Well it's here, so you might wanna dig out the Smoke Up Johnny survival guide I drew up back in 2011. It was full of great advice that I'm sure none of you heeded, but it's never too late for second chances. Or third ones or fourth ones.

This year the dudes will be joined by their brothers in beer-soaked anthems, The Canehill Engagement.


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